I planned a day at home, taking it easy and the autumn weather has meant it was a good decision and an easy option. It has been dark, cloudy, very gusty and the autumn leaves have been scattering.
So what have been the scattering of activities of my day?
A prayer and good wishes to the people of Christchurch early this morning as I learnt that two nasty aftershocks had rocked that ravaged city early this morning. One shock was large enough to cause a brief power outage. I wish those tired, stressed people so much peace.
Humming Joni Mitchell’s song “Big Yellow Taxi” which we learnt at singing last night.
Monitoring PG, the cat to determine his intake and output. The vet was happy today to let him track on in the hope that the extra fluid interventions he has had on Monday and Tuesday this week had helped him regain his appetite. More monitoring is required just in case he needs another sub-cutaneous bolus of fluid tomorrow.
Watching more tree felling happening in our neighbour’s backyard.
Finishing a small knitted toy and trying to embroider a face on said toy……more practice needed on that skill, but the end result is good enough.
Hearing on the radio that it is 25 years since Paul Simons’ “Graceland” album was released and singing along to some of the familiar tracks off that.
More synchronicities found in the blogosphere as I find links between several blogs that I enjoy reading and one written by a woman who taught me my first computer skills way back in the late 80’s. The course was called “Computer Confidence for Women” and was nothing short of brilliant.
Collecting two books from the library which look particularly interesting for where I find myself these days.
And I took a few photos in my garden this afternoon but for some reason WordPress is not playing the upload game right now and I need to go and prepare some dinner…..
I like this word ‘scatterings’ – it’s been like that in Auckland today as the wind began to blow and the leaves to scatter everywhere, and then the rain . . .
My day was full of “scatterings” and mirrored the leaves in the wind. By the end of the day the wind had dropped and the leaves had formed some piles. I looked back on my day and could see some things had gathered together rather nicely.